Just when you are planning on purchasing a used car you take a mechanic with you to inspect the car in order to know the exact condition of the car before actually putting your money on it, same is the scenario when you purchase a house from some. The only difference is that when purchasing a house from someone, you take a house inspector who is there for a thorough home inspections in Port Macquarie in order to analyze the condition of the place before you put your hard earned money over it. Let’s find out what a typical home inspection day consist of. 

  1. Mildew and Mold

Weird odors and mold and mildew are some of the thing that bothers every buyers and probably one of the reasons why everyone in the market is avoiding buying your house. A house inspector ensures every aspect of the house clearly and if any such thing is visible, you probably wouldn’t get an acceptable offer for the house. Make sure you as a seller are treating the root cause of such a problem before putting your house on market for sale. 

  1. Basements

If there is mildew present at your house then automatically this means that the basement of the house is damp. It is due to this most of the house inspectors will closely and thoroughly look at the basement and look for signals that are causing the dampness. Not only this but when such problems are visible, the inspector might even check with a meter about the consistency of dampness in order to communicate the exact status to the buyer as this otherwise would result in attracting insects and ruins the structure of the building.  

  1. Chimney and Roof

The first thing from the exterior that a home inspector check is the chimney and roof. They need to know the status of the fireplace if it works properly or not and whether the bricks and mortar are in perfect condition or not. They might even demand a separate visit for checking these areas carefully so make sure everything is set up rightly. 

  1. Plumbing Problems

It is the plumbing issues that have a lot to determine the condition of your house. Before the inspection takes place for your house, make sure all the leaks and drainage issues are sorted beforehand. The inspector might check the pressure of the water by turning the taps here and there to ensure everything works correctly or not. They would even check drainage issues hence, also check the flushing the commodes too. Basically, everything related to plumbing problems would be carefully checked as it is one of the most important elements of such inspection.  house-inspections